Five Hot Jobs for College Graduates

Five Hot Jobs for College Graduates

The month of May is the most eagerly awaited month for college graduates. This is the time when graduates proudly wear their caps, gowns and wait for their diplomas. The next step is to secure a job. While it is not easy to get a job with a Bachelor’s degree, professionals in some fields are luckier in finding a good job. Given below is a list of five hot jobs for college graduates. Click on the job to watch the career video:

• Investment Banker

Average first-year salary: $112,000
Preferred degree: Bachelor’s degree in economics, math or business

This job is ideal for students who love math and have strong math skills. This career is also good for graduates who are willing to put long stressful hours. The money that you get is more than enough to pay off student loans or other bills.

• Software Developer

Average first-year salary: $84,000
Preferred degree: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering or math

Graduates with ample innovation, creativity and problem-solving skills will find this career suitable for them. You also should have strong coding and math skills in order to succeed in this career. You should be open to learning new technologies and have a knack for it. As a software developer, you may be required to create software for video games or office applications and tools.

• Actuary

Average first-year salary: Average first-year salary: $79,000
Preferred degree: Bachelor’s degree in math

An actuary is a person whose job is to tell insurance companies how much they should charge people for insurance based on risks. To be a successful actuary, you need to possess strong math knowledge, calculus, statistics skills, analytical, project management and problem-solving skills, good communication and computer skills. You may have basic skills but you can strengthen them as you move forward in your career.

• Engineer

Average first-year salary: Average first-year salary: $72,000
Preferred degree: Bachelor’s degree in engineering

Engineers are considered to be problem-solvers. Chemical engineering is a lucrative career for graduates. You can earn an annual salary of $64,000. Biomedical engineering is another option for graduates who love to be involved in research and medical innovation. Software engineering is also a good career choice.

• Network systems administrator

Average first-year salary: $69,000
Preferred degree: Bachelor’s degree in computer science

This career is ideal for graduates who are good with computers. Network systems administrators ensure that the network is available to local area network (LAN) users and wide area network users (WAN). They are responsible for installation, configuration and support of an organization’s network, including maintenance and upgrade.

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By Urvi Tandon 

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